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    Remembering Ken Poure

    Dear Hume Family, We are writing to let you know that Ken Poure went home to be with the Lord this morning, Saturday, October 18. Ken was the beloved Executive Director of Hume Lake Christian Camps from 1978-1985, and served for many years as the Director at Large. Ken loved his Savior, his family and [...]

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    The Ripple Continues

    Life-transformational moments go far beyond the camp experience. It was a beautiful evening in Southern California. I was working in our backyard when I received a phone call from the Program Director at Hume Lake, Johnie Moore. He was a close friend, but this was not a personal call. He told me that Hume was [...]

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    Summer 2014 Recap

    Stories from each of the seven Hume summer camps Wagon Train By Jonathan Blesse Kids Ages 8-11 Though a lot of changes took place this year in Wagon Train, ministry continued as usual, and hundreds of kids spent a memorable week at camp. It’s always fun to see campers get dropped off on Sunday, wave [...]

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    Behind the Scenes: Public Safety at Hume Lake

    Ever wonder how we handle emergencies at Hume? Ready for Any Emergency Have you ever wondered how Hume Lake Christian Camps handles the challenges of providing fire protection and medical services to our guests, staff, leaseholders and the public at large? You may be surprised to know that it is all done with only one [...]

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    Make Your Estate Plan Reflect Your Family and Your Values

    How much should I leave for my kids in my Will or Trust? How Much Should I Leave for My Kids? I am frequently asked if I recommend any online or legal software programs to “self-do” your Will or Trust. My answer is usually “no” because those programs aren’t created to reflect your unique family [...]

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    Church Profile: Grace Fellowship Church

    Turning camp into an outreach opportunity Bringing Un-Churched Kids to Camp It was back in January that Ryan Zeulner, a long-time friend and the Mission Pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Costa Mesa, California, excitedly told me about a $15,000 grant that the church received in order to send kids to camp. With the grant, [...]

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    Count Your Blessings

    God’s Faithfulness We at Hume Lake Christian Camps are blessed. Recently I was thinking back over the past few months and the words of an old hymn came to mind. Count your blessings, name them one by one, And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done. God is alive and at work through [...]

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    Wagon Train – Ready for the Next 50 Years!

    You’ve heard us talk a lot about Wagon Train in the last several years and we are thrilled to announce that the renovation is complete. Yeehaw! Wagon Train, our camp for kids ages 8-11, has seen 50 years of amazing ministry. The first summer for our littlest cowboys and cowgirls was 1964 and began with [...]

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    New England Youth Pastor Spotlight: Rajan Shahi

    A letter from Governor Jeb Bush. That’s what made it possible for Rajan Shahi and his wife, Rebecca, to come to the United States for the first time. How he got the letter is a story for another day, but if it wasn’t for that, Rajan and his youth group from Immanuel Baptist Church in [...]

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    Stand Back and Watch God Work

    Spring 2014 Do you ever get bogged down with the details? Can’t see the forest through the trees? The pace is picking up at Hume as we prepare for the summer season (by the time you read this, summer will be well under way!) The to-do lists are only getting longer, never shorter, and I [...]

    0 comment July 3, 2014